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Downtown Los Angeles and Los Angeles-area railroad backgrounds, process plates.
This movie is part of the collection: 35mm Stock Footage
Audio/Visual: Si, B&W
Keywords: Motion pictures (Process plates); Motion pictures (Night scenes); Los Angeles (Downtown); Motion pictures (Theaters); Railroads; Streets
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Subject: Exact shot locations
Car driving shots.
Seg 1) 0:01
Starts Olive St. Middle of 600 block driving Southeast, looking backward. Right.
Turns Left NE on 8th Street.
Continues almost to intersection of Maple.
Seg. 2) 2:32
Starts Olive Ave. & 6th St., looking backwards Same route as above.
Starts Olive St. Middle of 600 block driving Southeast. looking forward right.
Same route as Seg. 1 & 2.
Seg. 4) 6:40
Driving Northeast on Broadway. Starts at 9th St.
Ends at 4th St.
Rail Road driving shot
Seg. 5) 8:53
Going North-Northwest looking backwards Right
Starts just North of Western Ave. crossing.
Ends Magnolia Ave. crossing.
Subject: Excellent Footage of Nightime in Los Angeles
A wonderful treasure of film detailing the nighttime streets and people in downtown Los Angeles. Los Angeles in 1946 was still a distination for eating and for movies. It had a population base in Bunker Hill and adjoining areas for shopping, especially in the daytime.
Subject: Hooray for Hollywood Thanks Harry (Cohn) Thanks BRUTE LAMP
WOW ALL THIS STUFF WOULD HAVE BEEN LOST IF IT HAD'NT BEE FOR EFFECTS CREW OUT ON ASSIGNMENT
FOR SOME PRODUCTION. LIKED THE BUZZ BY THE THEN
HOT COLUMBIA PIC Gilda. Starring Glenn Ford ,
Rita Hayworth and The Great George MacReady.
The very bright Brute Arc lamp made it possible
to see all the street action and thanks to the
Eastman Kodak for manufacturing the DOUBLE X
black & white negative film (high speed at the time) Thanks to the MITCHELL co of Glendale
for maufacturing the BNC camera which about 80%
of the golden age stuff was photographed by. Thanks to highly skilled cameraman and his assistants. The Mitchell company is now defunct
and it looks like Eastman KODAK will soon no longer produce 35mm film. Thanks for the memories
Subject: Beth Short's last walk
This is amazing stuff, a virtual encyclopedia of lost downtown Los Angeles commerce and culture. It's also something of a crime scene.
A little context, from the 1947project: